Military Operations expose personnel to stresses not normally experienced in garrison or in civilian life. The consequence of such exposure is the development of Operational Stress Injuries. The Canadian Forces has developed and continues to improve upon a phased response to assist its members in better being able to respond to these stresses beginning at recruitment and extending throughout the military career. This process is summarized. As a final point, early intervention, a subject of considerable discussion in the literature is addressed through a proposed model aimed at promoting resiliency and early treatment where needed.
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